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The Boston Asian American Film Festival features short films, feature films, documentaries, and panels. Co-sponsored by the UMass Boston Cinema Studies Program.
The New England Renaissance Conference will be taking place on October 21 at the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Join Barbara Lewis, director of the William Monroe Trotter Institute for the Study of Black Culture, for this event, a family history that is part of the School Street Sessions.
Screening of the new documentary Resistance at Tule Lake (2017) followed by Q&A with director Konrad Aderer. Co-sponsored by the UMass Boston Cinema Studies Program.
Screening of the new Korean-American feature film I Can I Will I Did (2017). Co-sponsored by the UMass Boston Cinema Studies Program.
UMass Boston professors Marisol Negron, Keith Jones, Tony VanDerMeer, and Joseph Ramsey will take part in a panel discussion following the screening of the movie 13th.
Learn about spring semester internships in the Massachusetts Governor's Office.
Make your move to Boston's public research university. Get a look at academic opportunities and attend a presentation by Transfer Center staff on transferring credit and requirements.
Listen to University of Oregon Professor Kathleen Rowe Karlyn talk about the recent superhero film Wonder Woman.